Union of Bulgarian ArtistsCompetitions
The aim of this juried biennial exhibition is to promote the art of printmaking and to foster international cultural exchange with the participation of talented artists around the world. Through the competition and the exhibition, this event shall serve as a key platform for artistic exchange and cultural collaboration, and help contribute to the diversity and vitality of print and print-related art.
Supervisor: Ministry of Culture
Organizer: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
„There is nothing that man fears more than the touch of the unknown…” (Elias Canetti)
27 October – 30 December 2017, Ruse, Bulgaria
The main goal of The International Biennial The Art of Miniature is to promote and encourage the creation of miniature works of Fine Arts and Photography. The International Biennial The Art of Miniature is held every two years, with the first edition in 2007.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: AUGUST 15th, 2017
Propositions and rules:
- Participants are not age-limited
- HIGH QUALITY COPIES ONLY, up to 4 pages, will be accepted. Works have to be sent via post office (e-mails excluded).
This competition is open to any natural or corporate person subject only to the restrictions imposed by current legislation.
Original copies of entries, which must be unpublished, are to be submitted or mailed (by recorded delivery if the participant so wishes) to the offices of Bodegas Terras Gauda in O Rosal (Galicia, Spain). All entries must be submitted in two formats:
It’s our pleasure to invite you to take part in the contest for tapsetry organized by the Institution for tapestry making „Atelje 61“, Petrovaradin, Serbia.
„Atelje 61“ is going to give two money prizes for preliminary design of tapestry. The amount of one prize is 1000 €. The tapestries will be woven according to the carton of awarded authors in the workshop of „Atelje 61“, in techniques of weaving on the vertical loom, in materials suggested by the authors. The tapestries will be part of Tapestry collection of „Atelje 61“.
The conditions for taking part in the contest are stated precisely by the propositions dened by the Art council of „Atelje 61“. We ask all the contestants to adjust their ideas to the visual language of classical woven.
Client: Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss
Awarding authority, competition coordination and management: Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR), Division A 2, Strasse des 17. Juni 112, 10623 Berlin, Germany
Competition task and art location: As part of the reconstruction of the Berlin Palace as the Humboldt Forum, “art in architecture” concepts for the two two-storey staircases above portals 1 and 5 are planned. The following art forms are possible: wall decorations and hanging installations.
Maximum implementation costs (incl. VAT): € 150,000 per staircase.
From 18th October to 18th December 2017 the city of Veliko Turnovo will be the venue for the FIFTH INTERNATIONAL BIENNALE OF CHURCH ARTS.
This exhibition is a forum of contemporary art within the field of Orthodox Church arts: iconography, mural painting, woodcarving, mosaics and other forms of art related to the temple and the worship practices.
The event is held under the auspices of the Rector of the University of Veliko Tutnovo and is dedicated to the 25th anniversary since the major Ecclesiastic Arts was established at the Faculty of Orthodox Theology.
International exhibition of mosaics "Balkan Bridges" will be held in April 2017 in the gallery of Plovdiv artists' Society in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Its purpose is to promote mosaic art as well as to gather artists with different styles from several Balkan countries.
This event is organised under the patronage of Mr. Zdravko Dimitrov - Regional Governor of Plovdiv region and in cooperation with the Municipality of Plovdiv and Plovdiv Artists' Society.
Curator of the project: Krum Sharankov
Deadline for applications 30th November 2016
The NordArt is an annual international art exhibition, organized every summer for four months by a non-profit cultural initiative Kunstwerk Carlshütte and brings the world together artistically. It is one of the biggest European exhibitions of contemporary art and attracts approximately 80,000 guests each year. The NordArt is a juried exhibition. Round 4500 artists from 109 countries have applied for the NordArt 2016. Against the striking backdrop of the former foundry Carlshütte, art by some 250 selected artists from all over the world will be presented as an all-encompassing piece of art.
1. National Exhibition Ludogorie is organized every two years in Razgrad.
2. From 2017 opens section "Foreign Art"
3. The aim of the exhibition is:
- To attract the attention of artists to the north-eastern region of Bulgaria
- To enable the free creative expression
- To introduce art connoisseurs, residents the city and the region with modern trends in the development of Bulgarian and foreign art.
- To enrich the funds Art Gallery Prof. Iiya Petrov with works by contemporary authors.